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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

December 6: Occupy Wall Street “Goes Home”-National Day of Action to Stop (and Reverse) Foreclosures


The fight to reclaim democracy from the banks is growing from Wall Street to Main Street. On Tuesday, December 6th Occupy Wall Street will join in solidarity with a Brooklyn, NY community to liberate a foreclosed home.

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Miley Cyrus, Occupier Poster Girl



Michelle Malkin

 She's perfect. Miley Cyrus, Hollywood's perpetually half-dressed wild child with an insatiable appetite for attention, jumped in front of the Occupy Wall Street bandwagon this week. The young Disney mogul unveiled a YouTube anthem hailing the aimless, anti-capitalist protesters. Smells like opportunistic teen queen spirit.

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Assemblywoman Wagner visits AdlerSomething Special Store Wyckoff



Assemblywoman Wagner visits AdlerSomething Special store Wyckoff

Today Assemblywoman Wagner had the pleasure of visiting the Adler Aphasia Center's Something Special store in Wyckoff.
"The work the Adler Apashia Center does for those effected with Aphasia is priceless. Something Special is a wonderful store with great gifts for members of anyone's family. I urge everyone to visit the store to show their support for these programs and come home with something great for a loved one this holiday season, I left with three gifts!"
-Assemblywoman Connie Wagner

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Adler Aphasia Center's Something Special Holiday Jewelry And Gift Store Announces Grand Opening At Boulder Run Shopping Center


Thanks to the generosity of Hekemian & Co., a Property Management company located in Hackensack, NJ and friends of the Adler Aphasia Center, Something Special, a unique jewelry and gift design store, will celebrate its Grand Opening for the holiday season only in Boulder Run Shopping Center in Wyckoff, New Jersey. Government dignitaries and Wyckoff town officials have been invited to join us for light refreshments and a formal opening on Wednesday, November 30th at 11:00 a.m. Located at 327 Franklin Avenue in the Boulder Run Shopping Center next to McDonald’s.

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Montclair State Presents Conference to Help Educators Administer State’s New Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Law


Workshops to address both legal compliance and effective strategies for dealing with bullies and victims
Montclair, NJ (December 1, 2011)—The state of New Jersey’s new Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights law, which went into effect on September 1, 2011, requires all public schools to develop policies, professional development programs for staff, and mechanisms to assess and report results. To assist schools in complying with the complexities of this law, Montclair State University is hosting a conference, HIB/Anti-Bullying Initiatives: Progress, Evaluation, and Strategies in K-12 Schools.

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The Search for Marizela: A Thanksgiving Note



Michelle Malkin

On March 5, my 18-year-old cousin disappeared from her University of Washington campus in Seattle. Marizela Perez -- 5-foot-5, 110 pounds, short black hair with brown/red highlights and bangs cut into an asymmetrical bob, wearing a dark hooded jacket, jeans and light brown suede boots -- was last seen at a Safeway grocery that fateful Saturday afternoon.  Marizela walked out the door and up Brooklyn Ave., and hasn't been seen or heard from since. 

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This Holiday Season, BlackRock Managing Director And Englewood Resident Obie McKenzie Builds an Alliance with Campbell Soup


To Benefit Hungry Families in  Bergen County
Obie McKenzie, Managing Director in BlackRock's Global Client Group and recently appointed Chair to the Board of Directors of WorldofMoney.org, has always been a man of action.  With the holiday season right around the corner, McKenzie felt it was his moral imperative to do something about the plight of the thousands of people in New Jersey who struggle to make ends meet and get food on the table daily.  And so McKenzie reached out to the headquarters of Campbell Soup to ask if it would be possible to buy soup at a discount price to be given away.  

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Hubbell Introduces New LED Roadway Luminaire And A LED Retrofit Kit For NEMA Compliant Fixtures


Hubbell Outdoor Lighting Inc. is proud to introduce two new versatile LED products in their leading outdoor lighting portfolio. The new Roadway RM LED Series delivers a complete and powerful LED roadway solution producing 6087 lumens in a 3G rated traditional cobra-head. The Roadway RF LED Retrofit Kit provides a versatile solution to upgrade existing 100-175W cobra-heads in any NEMA compliant fixture.

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Digging Deep Into Claims Files Helps Avoid Mistakes-Sign Up for BoatUS Damage Prevention Tips



Sign Up for BoatUS Damage Prevention Tips

After insuring hundreds of thousands boats for over 45 years, you could say BoatUS Marine Insurance has learned a thing or two about what gets boaters, anglers, or sailors into trouble. Boats get damaged and people are injured in many ways. Here to shed light on these incidents, BoatUS Marine Insurance is offering a bimonthly email with “Damage Prevention Tips” for those who sign up at www.BoatUS.com/insurance/newslettersignup

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Night of 100 Dinners Brings Food Insecurity Awareness to the Table


10th annual event brings almost 200 participants together to help Jewish Family Services Provide Assistance to Those in Need
*Saturday, December 3, 6:30 pm*
Throughout our region, countless men, women and children are facing a dire battle against hunger, uncertain as to when the opportunity for a nutritious meal will come again. Just this year alone, Jewish Family Services of Bergen and North Hudson (JFS) has seen a 30% increase in requests for the Food Pantry, serving 50% more clients each month.

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2012 Wedding Trends!



With the new year just around the corner, engaged couples everywhere are looking for the latest trends to make their wedding stand out in 2012. From Victorian fashion, towering tiered cakes to bold themed weddings, we take a look at some of the exciting new trends you will find all through the next year!

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7 Tips for Harnessing Your Holiday Goddess


1. Turn off the phones, have that cup of tea and contemplation you’ve been longing for, and then make your holiday to-do list. After you’ve made the list, eliminate all non-essential to-dos.

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Assembly Panel To Continue Job Creation & Economic Development Effort


Job Training, Small Biz Expansion, Job Creation & Retention on Agenda

The Assembly Appropriations Committee will meet Thursday to continue the Assembly’s job creation and economic development push by considering bills to promote job training for out-of-work residents, encourage small business expansion and entice businesses to engage in economic development, job creation and the preservation of existing jobs.

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Dollar Tree Holiday Toy Drive to Benefit Military Children


Operation Homefront and Tri-State area Dollar Tree stores have joined forces again this holiday season to gather holiday gifts for military children in the Boston area. The toys will be donated by customers of the more than 4,000 Dollar Tree and Deal$ stores nationwide. 

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"Once a Decade" Santa Ana Wind Event for California


All the ingredients are coming together for a severe Santa Ana wind event to unfold across Southern California tonight into Thursday with other areas in the Southwest also facing potentially damaging winds."A once a decade type wind storm," is howAccuWeather.com Western Expert Meteorologist Ken Clark is describing the impending Santa Ana winds.

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Professional-Level Hiring Expected To Increase In First Quarter


Robert Half Survey: Executives See Rise in Recruiting Challenges

Employers expect to increase hiring for professional-level positions in the first quarter, but they have concerns about finding qualified candidates for these roles, a new Robert Half survey shows. A net 10 percent of executives interviewed for the Robert Half Professional Employment Report plan to add full-time staff in the first three months of the year, up three points from the fourth-quarter forecast.

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Kosher Provençale Cooking In L’isle Sur La Sorgue April 19-26, 2012


La Cuisine Cachere de Provence--”The Kosher Cooking of Provence”-- offers the ultimate experience of cuisine and culture. The week-long program, under regional kosher supervision, is a perfect combination of cooking, dining, shopping, and touring in the beautiful countryside of Provence.

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Bergen Community College Presents a Festival of Winter Holiday Music, December 16, 2011



Bergen Community College A Festival of Winter Holiday Music

Take a break from the hustle of the holiday season and enjoy a festival of music, presented by the Bergen Sinfonia Orchestra, under the direction of Murray Colosimo, a renowned conductor, clarinetist, educator and, Bergen County resident.
Get your tickets now for a joyous holiday concert - Friday, December 16, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. in the Ciccone Theatre on the main campus of Bergen Community College in Paramus.

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Westfield Garden State Shopping Center Can Boast About Their New Senior General Manager


Deborah Mattes
Having interviewed several ‘new’ senior managers, Deborah Mattes is by far the warmest of them all. Not that the others were ‘cold’ or because they were men, but her warmth, candor and friendliness comes across to whomever she is talking. With no pressure to ‘get in and out’, this lovely woman discussed many topics with me including background, family and business intent. She most certainly lives up to the www.ParamusPost.com  creed about family values and general interest.

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Menendez Co-Sponsors Bill to Stop Huge Tax Hike on Middle Class


Legislation would put more than $2000 in the pockets of average NJ families and help small businesses create jobs
Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) announced that he is co-sponsoring legislation to stop a huge tax hike from hitting middle-class families at the end of this year.  The Senate is expected to vote tomorrow on the Middle Class Tax Cut Act, which would expand and extend the payroll tax cut, putting more than $2000 back into the pocket of the average New Jersey family next year.    The bill also cuts taxes for small businesses to help them expand and create jobs.

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